Teva plans to take over major chunk of migraine market

Teva turns up its ambitions for migraine drug Ajovy, which is taking over a larger part of the US market than initially stated.

Teva CEO Kåre Schultz | Photo: Amir Cohen/REUTERS / X02077

In future years, more US patients will start treatment with Teva's migraine drug Ajovy.

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